Response to: Ascent From Social Media, By Stephen Downes, Aug 11, 2016 http://www.downes.ca/post/65670 Stephen I did read your post. Not because I subscribe to your content (in any shape or form) but because I came looking. What I found was *maybe* a **bit** old fashioned, out of touch and ill informed. So, at risk of being put in my place by a huge… Read more →
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